Summary: Easy setup quick start of dvd Wi-Fi picture quality is very good music cds sound is great also shows you the hole names of the album and each song has analogue hook up as well as hdmi hook up good job lg
Summary: My previous DVD player played EVERYTHING... DVD-A, SACD, everything... but it was also $1000. When bumping to a blu-ray player, I figured I'd get the basic that worked with my LG LED set and wait to see what happened in "audio-world" with HD formats. This unit it totally acceptable for what I want it to do... play Blu-Ray standard and 3D, DVDs, CDs, whatever. It works well with my theater setup and the wife can figure it out, so I'm good with it.
Pros: Plays almost everything I need to, except for DVD-A and SACD.
Summary: I decided to buy a LG Blu-Ray player before I got the LG TV. Having the two products from the same manufacture helps on the integration of remote controls and functionalities. This player is complete, with wifi, 3D, USB. Perfect for my need.
Summary: The ad did not mention that the disc containing all the in-depth information on how to operate the refurbished LG BP620 Blu-Ray player was not included. Batteries for the remote were also not included. Otherwise, the unit was as described in the ad. I have not had a chance to test the unit's ability to access a network. It has fast response with a non-blu ray disc. Haven't used it with a blu-ray disc yet. I paid $99 total.
Summary: I was on the fence w/ this one. I have had problems with other LG products, but they stood behind them and replaced them at no cost to me (and quickly) when needed. And this product seems to be of good quality overall. PROS: *You get what you pay for, and buying an entry level Blu-ray player is generally not in your best interests. This one balances economy with performance. In the $130 - $150 range, this one will have you covered.